Men Film Review By Logan Coleman

        Men is the latest film from Oscar nominated Writer and Director Alex Garland. The cast that stood out was Oscar nominee Jessie Buckley, Rory Kinnear, Paapa Essiedu and I hope they will be nominated for Oscars in their roles. In my honest opinion the film had some of the better elements from films like Society, Mother!, Hellraiser.

        The film in my honest opinion needed rewrite for the last ten minutes of the film. This film will be frustrating for some people. I am hopeful that the score done by Ben Salisbury, Geoff Barrow will be nominated for the Oscar for Best Score. I am giving this film 7 stars out of 10.

Downton Abbey: A New Era Film Review By Logan Coleman

 

        Downton Abbey: A New Era is the latest from Director Simon Curtis. The cast that stood out was Hugh Bonneville, Oscar nominee Elizabeth McGovern, Dame Oscar Winner Maggie Smith, Prime Time Emmy Nominee Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Dominic West. The film had some odd camera angles which caused many lenses to flare up and not in a good way. I am actually going against most other film critics; I am giving this film 7 stars out of 10.

Firestarter Film Review By Logan Coleman

        Firestarter is the remake and another adaptation of film and book of the same name. The cast that stood out was Zac Efron, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Sydney Lemmon, Kurtwood Smith, John Beasley, Michael Greyeyes, Gloria Reuben. This film does have some differences from the book. But ultimately I thought the liberties that were taken was good thing.

        My only spoiler is there is an unnecessary animal death in my honest opinion. A majority of the film’s effects was good. The direction by Keith Thomas was an interesting take on the source material as well as the original film. In my honest opinion the score by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter, Daniel Davies is worthy of an Oscar nomination. I am actually going against most other film critics; I am giving this film 8 stars out of 10.

The Matter of Life Documentary Film Review By Logan Coleman

        The Matter of Life is the latest documentary Directed by Tracy Robinson. This documentary tackles the questions that if abortion is a murder or not. The film takes a religious take on the pro-life part of the debate and does not demonize the pro-choice out right. In my honest opinion parents shouldn’t take any children younger than ten to the film.

        I wished that the Director would include a section on non-religious people are pro-life. The film’s message is strong in certain aspects. In my honest opinion used too much footage to shock people. The film surprisingly doesn’t bring up the fact that they’re a certain portion of LGBTQ+ community that is pro-life. I am giving this film 7 and ¾ stars out of 10.

Firestarter Flashback Film Review By Logan Coleman

        Firestarter is the latest film from Director Mark L. Lester and it was released in 1984. The cast that stood out was David Keith, Drew Barrymore, Oscar Winner Louise Fletcher, Oscar Nominated and refused Oscar Winner George C. Scott. Some of the special effects were good in the film. The film’s pacing is to slow in my honest opinion. I am actually going against most other film critics; I am giving this film 6 stars out of 10.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Film Review By Logan Coleman

 

 

        Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the latest film from Director Sam Raimi. The cast that stood out was Oscar nominee Benedict Cumberbatch, Oscar nominee Rachel McAdams, Elizabeth Olsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Xochitl Gomez. A majority of the film’s special effects were great. The film’s writing needed a couple of more rewrites in my honest opinion.

        One of my complaints of the film was that it felt as it was two different films mased into one film. This film has connections to the LGBTQ+ community. The only spoiler that I will mention is the surprise cast that includes Sir Patrick Stewart, Hayley Atwell, Lashana Lynch, John Krasinski. This film lets the Wanda Visons fans down. In my honest opinion I hope that Elizabeth Olsen will receive an Oscar nomination for her role in the film. I am giving this film 7 stars out of 10.

Memory Film Review By Logan Coleman

       Memory is the latest film from Director Martin Campbell. The cast that stood out was Guy Pearce, Taj Atwal, Ray Fearon. I honestly think Oscar nominee Liam Neeson was miscast in this film. This film is good action thriller that centers on human trafficking. I am actually going against most other film critics; I am giving this film 8 stars out of 10.